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National Institute for Health Research; Health Technology Assessment Programme

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National Institute for Health Research; Health Technology Assessment Programme
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Postal Address: NETSCC HTA, Alpha House, University of Southampton Science Park, Southampton, SO16 7NS
Phone number: 023 8059 5586
Website: http://www.hta.ac.uk/
Organisation Type: Government
Organisation summary: The HTA programme is part of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). It produces independent research information about the effectiveness, costs and broader impact of healthcare treatments and tests for those who plan, provide or receive care in the NHS. It identifies the most important questions that the NHS needs the answers to by consulting widely with these groups, and commissions the research it thinks is most important through different funding routes. In addition, it provides ongoing help and support for the investigators it funds, before publishing their findings in its internationally acclaimed journal series, Health Technology Assessment.

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Agency types: Health Specific
Funding sources: Government & Research & Development Departments
Geographic area: National funding

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Demography: All , Stillborn children , First year of life: , Perinatal 0-6 days , Neonatal: 0-27 days , 1-6 months , 7-12 months , 1-4 years , 5-9 years , 10-14 years , 15-18 years , Over 18 years , Genetic studies , Pre-Conception , Gestation: , Perinatal: , Neonatal: , Infant (first year of life / baby not walking): , Young (pre-school ) child (including those attending Kindergarten / playgroup / child care) , Child (primary school: broadly 5-10 years) , Older child (secondary school: broadly 11-16 years) , Adolescent (under 18 years) , Older youth (18 years and over) , Conception , Perinatal 0-6 days , Neonatal: 0-27 days ,
Languages and Geographical Perspective: United Kingdom ,